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Old 01-09-2006, 10:05 AM
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Eliminating the Accept Screen on a MkIII or MkIV

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Eliminating the Navigation Accept Screen

On the BMW MkIII and MKIV navigation systems, if you downgrade to an older software version and then reinstall a newer software version (such as going from V23 down to V22.1 and then back to V23) , the navigation system may reset out of USA mode and put you into UK mode which results in the elimination of the "Accept" screen from your system.


You will know this has happened if (1) you are receiving directions from your system in yards instead of feet, (2) the "Emergency" option has disappeared from your main menu, and (3) your radio and CD screens will not appear as splitscreen.

To reverse this, the dealer must hook the vehicle up to their computer and recode the navigation system to "USA" mode.


Although it is designed to integrate the ValentineOne radar detector into the BMW systems, the StealthOne systemprovides a function that performs the "Accept" function for you without having to press the button yourself. See page 32 (page 35 of the pdf) of the Owners
Manual. More info can be obtained at http://store.stealth-one.com/

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